Sun Feb 17, 2013, 12:39 PM
G_j (35,127 posts)
27 replies, 1453 views
C-Span broadcasting climate rally now (Original post)
Response to G_j (Original post)
Sun Feb 17, 2013, 12:50 PM
snappyturtle (14,065 posts)
3. Here's an online link for those, like me, who don't have cable or satellite:
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Thanks for the heads up G_j .
The comments following the rally on open phones was ALL positive! Tomorrow on Washington Journal they'll have open lines again on this topic as I understood it.
Response to malaise (Reply #26)
Sun Feb 17, 2013, 09:00 PM
patrice (47,992 posts)
27. Yeah, one of the good guys from the peace movement. He used to stand with us in another
part of town, near an entertainment district. That's where I met him well over 10 years ago now. He smoked heavily, no other types of self-abuse. Died suddenly of a heart attack. He was only 49.
I wish I could tell you who Forest was. He truly was one of a kind, so you'd have to have known him to get it. Really not average, but not in a flashy all-about-me way, he was ALL about peace and human rights, but not a blissed out saint. Not much of a sinner either, moderate, but very direct in expression, didn't talk a whole lot, what you saw is what everyone got, didn't seek leadership, but he always knew why he knew what he knew, a tad grumpy or curmudgeonly, but not a whiner, a darkly bemused gentle sense of humor, kind of conspiracy minded, but always generous with all of us, did a lot of work that others didn't want to do, strong in his positions on the issues, he'd bump heads with you if you wanted to, but he never held a grudge about differences, Senator Sanders was his leader.
I'm getting old, I've known thousands of persons, Forest was a real character in the low-key sort of way. All of us are happy and honored to have known him.